Excerpt: The newly released Windows phones have made a step forward in mobile technology. The LG Quantum is one cellular phone that runs off the Windows Phone 7 operating system and gives its user an array of features such as Microsoft Office, Bing search, Xbox Live and one of our personal favorites, Zune. Zune is a leading MP3 player that supports several music formats to ensure you get the most out of your music cell phone .
Summary: The Quantum offers a nice physical QWERTY keyboard and packs a large (by Windows Phone standards) 1,500 mAh battery, but for AT&T customers looking for a more media-rich experience, but the smaller screen and featurephone-like design could sway prospective buyers. If media and a large touchscreen are important to you, look to the Samsung Focus or HTC Surround. The LG Quantum is available now, and can be had at AT&T for $199.99 with a two-year agreement.
Pros: As one of the few Windows Phone 7 devices to offer a physical QWERTY keyboard, the Quantum packs a speedy 1 GHz processor, 5-megapixel camera with a flash, and 1,500 mAh battery.
Cons: Quantum looks a lot like a featurephone; smallish display in comparison to the other WP7 devices.
Summary: LG has never stopped providing innovation in new products and keep up to date technology and provide a new nuance in every mobile phone that has been issued. besides LG Optimus 7 with touchscreen display, LG also released LG Optimus 7Q (LG Quantum) who use screen features 800 × 480 and sliding QWERTY keyboard.
Cons: LG gives 10 free apps, Windows Phone 7 mobile has full wireless options, also DLNA support, 5MP camera, Quantum is hefty, Screen is smaller, WP 7 has limited landscape support, Expandable memory absent
Excerpt: Among US launch phones, the LG Quantum is the only Windows 7 phone with a hardware keyboard. The horizontal slider has a large QWERTY keyboard that's pleasing enough for typing, though we found that some Windows Phone 7 apps don't run in landscape mode, making the keyboard occasionally awkward to use. The LG has a smaller display than other launch phones like the 4.3" HTC HD7 on T-Mobile and the 4" Samsung Focus on AT&T.
Pros: Has a roomy hardware keyboard.
Cons: Smaller display vs. competitors, less classy looking as well.
Excerpt: With the Windows Phone 7 launch in Canada that means a bunch of new handsets available. One of the most unique ones available to Canadians is the LG Quantum due to it’s slide-out keyboard. We recently got to take one on a test drive to check out some of the details and the overall quality.